There wasn't a dry eye inside a courtroom on Tuesday after a 3rd grade girl was brought into her adoptive family.

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DPS Kindergartners Return To In-Person LearningFamilies of kindergartners and some first grade students who chose to return to in-person learning saw their teachers on Tuesday, no internet required.
How Do CBS4 Political Analysts Think Tonight's Presidential Debate Will Go?Millions of eyes will be on Cleveland, Ohio Tuesday for the first presidential debate in 2020.
Canal Fires In Aurora Believed To Be Intentionally SetAurora fire officials believe eight grass fires were intentionally set in a canal near Expo Park on Monday.
CBS4 Investigation: Employees Of Mobile Home Park Post Favorable Online Reviews For Chance To Win $2,000A national company headquartered in Colorado has shut down an internal contest after a CBS4 investigation found employees posting favorable online reviews for their own firm.
High School In Jefferson County Faces Sexual Assault LawsuitA suit claims a high school did not do enough to protect 7th and 8th graders from an older student.
'Please Don't Let Me Die Back Here': Aurora Police Video Released Of Woman Cuffed, Hogtied In Back Of Patrol CarAurora's chief said bodycam video appears to show one of her former officers, Levi Huffine, "punishing" a female prisoner.
Dry Pattern Setting UpWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
UCHealth Forms 24/7 Team To De-Escalate Potential Workplace ViolenceWhen tensions escalate with patients or visitors at UCHealth, it's called a Code Gray. Inappropriate behavior like verbal threats, foul language and physical violence used to be handled by security.
New Supreme Court Nominee Is Incentive To Get More People To VoteColorado Senator Cory Gardner meet with supreme court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett today.
DPS Superintendent Said Student Enrollment Is Lower Than They AnticipatedDPS is reporting that 56% of families decided to return to in person learning and 39% opted to stay remote, those that did not respond will be enrolled in remote learning.
New Mural Of Ruth Bader Ginsburg In Denver Created By Artists And Community MembersLate Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the subject of a new mural in Denver -- created by artists and volunteers from the community. The History Colorado Center organized a three-day "activation" that started Sunday.
Cameron Peak Fire: Freezing Temperatures, Humidity Help Firefighters Make ProgressThe Cameron Peak Fire is the third largest wildfire in Colorado history. The fire burning in western Larimer County has burned more than 125,000 acres since it began on Aug. 13.
Swedish Medical Center Honors Patients Who Died From CoronavirusSwedish Medical Center joined other hospitals across the world to honor those who lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic. Employees at Swedish have been painting rocks.
DPS Enrollment Down More Than Expected, Need For Funding Is 'So Significantly Higher'The superintendent of Denver Public Schools said student enrollment is down this academic year, and it is critically important for students to fill out the appropriate documents in order for the district to get funding from the state.
Denver Extends Restaurant, Bar Outdoor Expansion Until October 2021People who want to eat at restaurants without going inside a building will continue to have more options in Denver. The city has extended its temporary allowance for restaurants and bars to expand ourdoors through October 2021.
Heber Gonzalez Accused Of Charging Denver Police Officer With KnifeA knife-wielding man shot by Denver police on Sept. 26 is in the hospital with critical injuries. Police responded to 37th Avenue and Race Street after someone called 911 saying the man was holding a large knife and was walking toward a park where families were gathered.
The City Of Rifle Has A New Humanity Restoration CrewThe goal of the crew is to spread kindness, friendliness, and just get people to acknowledge one another again.
District Attorney George Brauchler Offers Adive On Recreational Marijuana To IsraelColorado District Attorney George Brauchler spoke with the nation of Israel about marijuana regulations.
Denver Broncos To Start QB Brett Rypien On ThursdayThe Denver Broncos will start Brett Rypien at quarterback on Thursday when they visit the New York Jets.
COVID-19 Testing At Pepsi Center To End SoonWednesday will be the last day for Coloradans to get coronavirus test at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Testing will be available from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Clothing, Remains Found In Case Connected To Wanted Men In ColoradoThe El Paso County Sheriff's Office says two suspects wanted for sex offender registration violations were arrested in Kentucky on Sept. 17. Earlier this month, the El Paso County Sheriff's Office announced they were trying to find Brendan Camous and Clinton Peterson.
Dry And Warm, Some Smoke Possible AgainMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.
Some Students From Vaughn Elementary Were United Through FoodThe Food Bank Of The Rockies teamed up with the district to help hand out food to 400 families.
Safe2Tell Reported Over 20,000 Tips For The 2019-2020 School YearA new report shows over 91% of tips received were actionable but there was a decrease in tips once students went to remote learning.

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